The News-Journal, April 6, 1933
Mr. J. W. Williams, a well-known citizen of the Casey Creek section, died suddenly from a heart attack while at work about his home, Thursday, March 30. Deceased was fifty-eight years, seven months and twenty-two days old at the time of his death and had enjoyed fairly good health ip to a few moments before his death. He was a well-knwon and highly regarded citizen and his sudden death is greatly mourned by a large number of friends. Mr. Williams was married to Miss Helen Land, June 20, 1901, and to their union were born five children, four of whom survive him, one son having preceded him to the grave some years ago. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Helen Williams; one son, Mr. Otto Williams, of Casey Creek; and three daughters, Mrs. Mary Ford, Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. S. H. Hardin, of this city, and Mrs. Ira Humphries, Dayton, Ohio; also by one brother, Estell Williams, Dalton, Nebraska; and three sisters, Mrs. Sadie Brown and Mrs. Janie Scott, Casey Creek, and Mrs. Corfelia Foster, Liberty, Ky. Mr. Williams was converted in early life and had united with the Christian church, of which he remained a faithful, consistent member until his death, and left many admiring friends to mourn his death. Funeral services were held from the home Saturday morning, April 1, at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. E. P. Gast, pastor of the Christian church of this city, with interment in the Roley cemetery.
Kentucky Death Records Index, rootsweb
WILLIAMS, JAMES W; age 58; death place ADAIR; death date 30 Mar 1933; Volume 012, Certificate 05518